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Miscarriage of Justice: A Statement by Judie Brown of the American Life League
Date:12/10/2007

rol method of choice is actually a killer of innocent children. Under this deceptive definition, pregnancy begins when the new human being implants in the mother's womb; never mind the inconvenient fact that this brand new person's life actually began a week or so earlier at fertilization.

There would also be lawsuit after lawsuit against the men who so blithely go through their lives fulfilling their own sexual needs by making certain that the female of their choice is properly using the chemical or device that releases him from any culpability should a child come on the scene.

These examples represent a cultural problem that exists because of "devious, diabolical and deceiving" influences. But the justice system in America consistently turns a blind eye on any of these crimes because, after all, abortion and its progeny are legal in the United States of America. Therefore, there is no crime.

That is precisely why, I fear, Manishkumar Patel will probably get off scot free -- or close to it. America's judicial system discriminates against an entire class of human beings and it does so consistently, day in and day out, denying that the act of abortion takes the life of an innocent child. So how tough can they really be on Patel? We shall see.

In Virginia, on the same day that the Patel story erupted in Wisconsin, we learned that Daniel Riase, who punched his girlfriend in the stomach, thus causing the death of her preborn child, was sentenced to five years in jail. What if the child had been two years old? Would his life have been worth more? Would the killer have gotten life?

And what about the headline that told us there is no reason to re-examine the chemicals in the Gardasil vaccine, even though 28 mothers have miscarried their babies after getting it? The Gardasil vaccine is alleged to protect women from human papilloma virus. Are those 28 babies simply the price those mothers had to pay for being chemically protected
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